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why were you there? eh, somebody called huff. said they were gonna burn down his barbershop if he didn't come. kid got scared, so i went to help him. that's all i know. thank you. let's see some pictures. mm. ♪ the eyes of the young met the eyes of the old ♪ (laughs) who's the mom? we're split up. team was working a case. i faked my own death. she got mad. it's... it's complicated. there's more pictures if you wanna just... i know how to use it. it's a hell of a thing. yeah, it is. i look at him and i feel like the-- well... don't go too easy on him. no parenting advice. thanks. what do you got to complain about?
i did my job. (scoffs) you did your job? that's right. you're still here. you're a man of respect. you walk around all over the place with a legit weapon. you got a handsome son. i did a good job. yeah. i suppose when you look at it like that. damn right. i could have drowned you at birth. (scoffs) let's go. go where? i wanna see my grandson. uh... okay, yeah. we could do that. you're gonna have to buy these beers. (rigsby) huh. i'm paying, huh?
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okay. thanks, everyone. hey. i know what you wanna do. you can't do it. if i got shot, he would have found the man who pulled the trigger and taken care of it. you didn't like growing up with a dad in jail? ben wouldn't like it, either. (bell dings) i'm sorry. cho's right. leave it to us. hey. hey. van pelt said that there's no other big gangs in town. the overtons and the low-riders drove them out of business. who told her that? some guy that runs a gym. he pulls gang members off the street. let me guess-- is he a former crook made good? yeah, i guess so.
we should pay him a visit. maybe she's not asking him the right questions. when you step in that cage, you'll be fighting for your life. i'm not gonna put you in that cage unless you're properly armed. these are your weapons. right now, i'm teaching you how to fire your weapons. pop-pop-pop. pop-pop-pop. three-round burst. there you go. get your shoulder up. get the shoulder up on the jab. there you go. come on. give me some. fletcher moss? hi, i'm agent lisbon with the cbi. this is patrick jane. hey. how you doing? good. agent van pelt said you were really helpful. what can i do for you? well, it's quite a setup you have here. yeah, you know, i'm just trying to give these guys a little place to go before they get in too deep. we think huff's death might trigger another war between the overtons and the low-riders. is there a third player in town that might be behind it? well, those... well, actually, we're thinking-- well, i'm--i'm thinking, someone ought to just sit down with these two gangs and have them talk it out. what do you say?
that's nuts. low-riders killed sue's husband. overtons killed beltran's little brother. those guys hate each other. they're not sitting down across from each other, ever. this gym is neutral territory, right? so what if we held the meeting here? but they're not talking, so you'd be wasting your time. it's worth a try. if i can arrange it, would you be okay if we held that meeting right here? it'd save a lot of lives. go ahead. thank you. what was that about? we need to get back to the overtons. uh, actually, i'll go alone. you're a little too cop. too cop? van pelt. yeah. i need to get something delivered to carson springs. no, doesn't matter what it is, as long as it's big, heavy, and on the back of a truck. okay. call me when you're done. bye.
i thought we'd said our piece to each other. and i thought it was about time we started talking straight. i have a proposition. there's a low-rider that's ready to give up his gang to the cbi. whole gang. but he needs to know that when the other low-riders go down, you will give him a job. why should i trust you? well, i'm not asking you to do anything illegal, i'm just saying you'll give the guy a job. doing what, i don't-- i don't need to know. this is a bunch of crap. the low-riders have ordered a substantial supply of guns. the supplier's supposed to arrive at noon today. what kind of guns? i don't know. i-i know nothing about guns. all i'm asking is that you check it out. if the information is correct, you give this guy a shot. i want to meet him. i want to see this informant in the flesh. yes, well, that could be difficult. i want to meet him, or there's no deal!
okay. well... well, i will see what i can do. check out this gun business. from a distance. (exhales) it's 12:30. they're not getting any shipment. so that cop wasn't on the level? he seem on the level to you? no. this is a waste of time. (engine starts) son of a bitch. there it is. call sue. let her know. (clicks gearshift) okay. so they're out there. they're spying on me. so what? well, it means our informant in the overtons is telling the truth. so he's part of their family? (video game gunfire on tv) and he'll give them all up as long as i promise to hook him up afterwards?
that's the deal. i want to meet him. uh, i don't know. then forget it. okay. well, i'll see what i can do. hey, boss. there's some dude out back with a flatbed full of scrap metal. what? (cell phone chimes) oop. i gotta take that. i, uh... i'll set up the meeting and i'll get back to you, okay? hey, guys! glad you could make it. follow me. this better not be a waste of my time. (hammer clicks) we're not off to the greatest of starts.
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what are you doing here? has it started yet? it's happening right now. you should be at home. i'm here. you sure? yeah. they should all be in the office by now. thanks. all right. everybody settle down. we're not gonna do this here. i thought you said you were gonna bust them. yeah, well, uh, i-i told them exactly the same thing about you. uh, big lie on my part. i'm sorry. just needed to get the two of you in a room together. why? to stop the feud before anyone else gets killed. you know moss? listen, my gym is neutral ground. you're safe here. he's very good at talking kids out of making dumb decisions, and, let's face it, you guys are acting like a couple of kids. a sit-down. that's the idea. give it a try.
if it doesn't work, go nuts, shoot each other all you like, just not when i'm there. what the hell? (lisbon) let's go. okay. you lie, woman. that park was open turf. then we send my guys down there, your boys jumped him. open turf? that park is mine. so you paid a price for trespassing, and you kill my nephew for payback? i know for a fact you pulled that trigger yourself. you are one crazy old lady. you scum could never learn your place. i have given you the east-- you ain't given me nothing! okay? who told you i pulled the trigger on your nephew? this isn't how you do it. we're here to talk about peace, not dwell on he said/she said. let's--let's dwell on it. it's all very good. you're doing a lot of talking,
you're not doing a lot of listening. let's take the park situation. beltran, you said that it was open turf. who told you that? i got my sources. well, in this case, your source was wrong, huh? who's your source? that's none of your business. and who told you for a fact that beltran killed huff? damn. son of a bitch. bingo. now when you two criminal geniuses are done killing each other, mr. moss here and his new gang are ready to take over. (beltran) son of a bitch. you killed my nephew, and you blamed it on beltran. son of a bitch! you've got this wrong. i wouldn't do that if i were you. drop the weapon!
you're gonna regret this someday. what? well, this. this paperwork. every night you just file it and forget it. you know--you know what it's like? it's like cooking a beautiful meal and putting it straight in the refrigerator... forever. you could help. no, i couldn't. so... what's your report gonna say? it will say that agent rigsby acted appropriately and with sound judgment when he used lethal force against moss. good work. you got away with it. me? well, i can't make a case, but you chose a remote location for the meeting, you set up a situation where moss had to flee.
and there, by chance, was rigsby. (laughs) well, i'm--i'm flattered. you--you flatter me, but, uh, i can't take credit for that. moss didn't have to run. i would have brought him in. the plan did require moss to put his own head in the noose. small gamble jane had to make to keep everyone's hands clean. moss fired his gun. so you all say. and of course, moss can't tell his version. and now rigsby has taken perfectly legal revenge against the man who killed his father. do you think it will affect him? well, i think it's better to regret something you did than something you... didn't do. perhaps.
i suppose rigsby will never know. agent lisbon, my report will reflect that you made a mistake in calling agent rigsby to the scene. an error in judgment. yes, sir, it was. yeah, lisbon didn't call rigsby. i did. jane. of course you did. agent lisbon, your instincts to protect your team are admirable. and your biggest flaw. yes, well, we all have our flaws. don't we, agent laroche? (blaze foley's "cold, cold world" playing) ♪ "i might have to leave you" ♪ i think is what she said (crying) ♪ i wish i could sleep ♪ 'stead of tossing in bed ♪ ♪ i can find myself thinking that i'd rather be dead ♪
first look, passengers return to the scene of the l.a.x. terminal shooting days after a gunman opened fire. many rehashing the terror they witnessed firsthand. good evening, i'm linh bui and that's what people are talking about tonight. the suspect in the fatal shooting at l.a.x. is still under sedation is multiple
gunshot wounds and he's unable to speak to authorities. now police are investigating why he had a problem with tsa as witnesses speak out. theresa garcia has the latest for wjz from los angeles. >> reporter: scott green was right there and ran for his life when a shooter opened fire friday at los angeles international airport. >> he had his gun trained down like this and he took two shots. >> reporter: police say it was 23-year-old paul ciancia who killed one tsa agent and wounded two others. he wanted to kill multiple agents said a note in thinks duffle bag. but the f.b.i. has not found evidence of previous run-ins he may have had with the agency. >> i thought he was a random passenger. >> reporter: he saw the suspect walk in with the assault rifle. >> a hundred people underneath benches around him so if he really wanted to continue to shoot, he could have.
i've read since that he was targeting tsa so maybe he wasn't looking for regular passengers. >> reporter: at l.a.x. sunday, terminal 3 was back in business. passengers streamed past the scene of the shooting while tsa agents displayed black bands on their badges in memory of their fallen colleagues. theresa garcia, cbs news, los angeles. >> lawmakers are calling for a review of airport security across the nation. and turning to another incident, this time in birmingham, alabama. police and f.b.i. agents investigate after a threat evacuates an airport sunday afternoon. bomb technicians conduct add sweep and did not find anything. the airport has since reopened but several flights were diverted during the evacuation. an investigation into the origins of the threat is ongoing. a chilly night on tap around baltimore. and more cold weather is coming. a live look right now, it is mostly clear but temperatures
are dropping. it's the first taste of true chill this fall. how cold will it get? we have chelsea here to break it down for us. >> temperatures are on the cool side. take a look at our currents across the region. 40 degrees right now at the bwi marshall airport. all the way out to 32 degrees at the oakland and we're cooler than we were this time yesterday sitting anywhere from 4 to 14 degrees cooler. temperatures are going to continue to drop overnight. that's why we have a freeze warning in effect for portions of the upper eastern shore. that goes into effect at 3 a.m. today. that's going to last through 9 a.m. tomorrow more cool and chilly weather on tap for us, highs in the upper 40s here in the metro. as for what you can expect for the next couple of days, and yes, i'm saying it now, we have a warmup on the way. certainly a rollercoaster ride of temperatures. we'll talk more coming up in
your exclusive first warning forecast. back to you. a baltimore woman is dead mauled by her own dog and this is the not the first time her pet attacked her. >> reporter: we have a disturbing story, a man's best friend becoming a woman's worst nightmare. 56-year-old terry douglas is dead after police say her dog mauled her to death. the dog in this photo, boosie, killed her. >> you never expect that to happen and me having dogs of my own, when it's pit bulls or shepherds or anything i never experienced anything like this, it was sad. >> reporter: the woman died early saturday morning. this isn't the first time the dog has attacked. last year he